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thank you for joining us. stay healthy and optimistic. one final look at the fairmont hotel in downtown san jose. it looks beautiful, right, jess? >> totally beautiful. stay healthy. an all new "tonight show's" at-home edition. winnie, thank you. you drew this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that was really nice did you just want to make it more colorful? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty good frannie, did you draw this >> no. >> jimmy: hm >> i did >> jimmy: how about tonight's charity? john legend is on the show and he is working with feedingamerica.org which is pretty cool did you draw that, frannie >> no. >> i did >> jimmy: thank you, winnie. >> frannie, you going to hang out back there >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, good john legend is our guest tonight. and we'll be talking about feeding america, which is awesome. they have over 200 food banks. they're helping food pantries
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all over -- nationwide they're amazing. jose andres is very close to them he is just doing -- he is like an angel, that guy he is amazing. we'll be talking about that. also, later in the show, we're going to have some of our favorite clips from "the tonight the show," including nicole kidman, one of the most awkward interviews i've ever done so, get ready for that guy, here in the quarantine i start off my morning by coming downstairs and making fresh coffee no big deal. not the stuff of miracles, except for this morning. take a look at what happened this morning >> jimmy: hi, guys welcome to what i think is the first edition of "how did jimmy pull this one off. i was just making coffee, and it's not an ad i like mr. coffee. actually, this is insane but i put the water in the back of that thing there. anyways, the coffee came into that part. what is that -- how did i -- there is nothing in the pot. what how did i do that?
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i'm like david blaine. all right. back to our show >> jimmy: winnie, what are you coloring it looks really pretty >> i'm making things mommy is taping them, and mommy drawed the outlines too. she is also taping these like we already made this one. and i'm ready with that one. >> jimmy: uh-huh >> and now i'm making that one >> jimmy: and what are these for? >> for chutes and ladders. >> jimmy: oh, 'cause we need more characters for chutes and ladders. >> yeah. >> i want another gummy worm >> jimmy: you want another gummy worm yep. i know well, let's wait for dinner. >> can i have gummy worms? >> jimmy: yes, of course you can have gummy worms after dinner okay, everyon? >> why does frannie have it? >> jimmy: frannie got it because -- well, i mean, look at her. she's running around you got it under control you're doing right? this such a pretty dress, frannie. all right, i'll give you a gummy worm all right, frannie, here, you sit here for right now let me go get a gummy -- all right, you coming with me? or no?
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>> yeah. yeah >> yay >> jimmy: i'll be right back no, winnie, you have to stay someone's got to be on camera. all right? [ giggles >> hi, win >> hi. >> how's it going today? >> good. >> you drawing game pieces for chutes and ladders >> we already did this one >> winnie? >> yeah? >> here! >> jimmy: because you guys are good, good >> thanks dad. >> jimmy: you were so nice today. in fact, if you feel like it, you can laugh at the monologue jokes that we have today do you feel like doing that? do you feel like laughing at daddy's jokes? okay here we go, guys all right, ready welcome to "the tonight show" at home edition well, you guys, today it's tuesday, march 24th or wednesday, april 31st, o saturday, october 47th honestly, i lost track guys
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>> we can put yours and mine together >> jimmy: frannie, frannie i'm speaking here. all right. you guys ready for the monologue? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: you ready? >> no. >> jimmy: okay you can laugh. how do you laugh [ laughter ] how do you laugh [ laughter ] that's silly that's not how you laugh all right ready? here we go welcome to "the tonight show" at-home edition. well, you guys, today is tuesday, march 24th. or wednesday, april 31st, or saturday, october 47th honestly, i lost track i saw that some americans are now having virtual happy hours >> can i put these - >> jimmy: hey, can you whisper, guys?. >> mine -- >> jimmy: hey, frannie, can you whisper? winnie, winnie, can you whisper as i do these? >> frannie, please don't take it >> jimmy: like a smaller whisper. like a smaller whisper >> i promise >> no. >> jimmy: i saw that some americans are now having virtual happy hours.
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and whoever came up with that, trust me, things are not going well in that house hey, karen, it's 10:00 a.m how about another virtual happy hour i heard the people stuck at home right now are eating more and sleeping less. it's like everyone on earth just got dumped [ light laughter ] i think two weeks of isolation is starting to take its toll i guess i can explain it best through adam sandler on day one, i felt like, okay, "kids, let's get to some arts and crafts and put the macaroni in the pipe cleaner and that's nice." and by today i was like, "stop hitting your sister, shut up!" [ laughter ] [ adam sander impression ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: adam sandler makes everyone laugh i saw that on this date 15 years ago, "the office" debuted on nbc. god, i miss "the office. oh, honey, you're part of this you say "i miss the office too."
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>> i miss the office too >> jimmy: and i go, you watch the office you say, "no, i miss you going to the office. >> no, i miss you going to the office winnie liked it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: some big news today. it was announced that the summer olympics are being postponed it's a bummer, but at least now i can stop training and let myself go. that's right no olympics. instead, they're handing all the medals to anyone who is stuck at home with a kid under 5. [ laughter ] >> you got a medal coming, honey. >> jimmy: there you go i got something coming there you go [ laughter ] >> dad >> jimmy: i know the olympics are postponed until next year. when the news broke -- [ laughter ] when the news broke, pole vaulters were like, "mm, let me check my schedule. yep, wide open." [ laughter ] i saw that a former nasa astronaut is offering tips on
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how to survive in isolation. so if you want to hear from an expert about surviving on your own, talk to nasa or someone who worked at radioshack there you go that's the monologue right there. thank you very much, everybody and right now i'm going to do something that i never thought we'd do, but people at home sent questions for you guys and for mommy. so right now it's time for "ask the fallon's." ♪ >> is it even recording? >> jimmy: yeah, it's going >> hi! >> jimmy: honey, this is your debut. [ laughter ] what a lot of people are asking questions about that they want me to ask you or the kids. >> okay. >> jimmy: um - >> here we go. >> jimmy: so we went -- we decided to go for a walk just to be social distancing, but we're just going to go for a walk. that will be the best place to -- the quietest place, right?
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>> that's what we're thinking. anyway, we'll see. here goes the experiment >> jimmy: this is my wife nancy fallon >> hi. >> jimmy: but your maiden name is juvonen >> that's true >> jimmy: do you still go by juvonen when you produce >> i think i do. >> jimmy: you do >> yes >> jimmy: you and your partner is drew barrymore. >> yes for almost 20 years no, over 20 years. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yep since she was 19 we've been working together >> jimmy: did you have any producer experience before >> no. i had no producer experience i had experience working on a dude ranch in wyoming. i cleaned houses in san francisco. i was a flight attendant >> jimmy: that's right >> for a while oh, i thought i could cure-all homelessness at one point with this artist. that was a fun job >> jimmy: yeah >> lost money on that one for sure >> jimmy: yeah >> and many other odd miscellaneous jobs >> jimmy: yeah >> until - >> jimmy: where were you born? you were born in connecticut >> i was born in connecticut >> jimmy: and raised in?
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>> in northern california. >> jimmy: northern california. >> marin county, mill valley >> jimmy: mill valley. >> funky old mill valley it was funky then, i should say. >> jimmy: every time it comes on, anything, anytime you see the golden gate bridge, you're like, "oh, honey, look [ laughter ] san francisco. >> it is iconic for a lot of people but memories >> jimmy: all right, these are the questions, okay? the hashtag is #askthefallons. first of all, why did you agree to do -- be on camera? >> i don't know. [ laughter ] no i mean, i hate to say a pandemic is what got me on camera, but i much prefer behind the scenes. and i think that everyone needs an audience, and there are some people that you meet who really like to entertain people and i'm more the audience. but here i am, because you don't have anyone else to interview in our household. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't say that okay >> and here we are >> jimmy: we're interviewing our dog gary tomorrow.
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okay >> gary comes -- >> jimmy: we did not plan any of these, oka >> surprised gary didn't come before me. >> jimmy: nancy, what is the first thing jimmy does or says in the morning >> well, for real? good morning >> jimmy: i do, right? >> yeah, good morning. >> jimmy: yeah, good morning >> good morning. >> jimmy: yeah >> good morning, everybody >> jimmy: and then i grab my phone. >> and then you do grab your phone. >> jimmy: yeah >> and then the kids say, "good morning. >> jimmy: because they're in bed with us. [ laughter ] they do have beds. we do have beds. they own beds. >> yes, they don't ever start out with us. but let's just say at 5 and 6, when they do crawl in at night, we're not kicking them out and the dog. it's usually five of us. >> jimmy: frannie's new thing is she sleeps on the pillows. she sleeps on our head >> yes, above our heads on the pillows. usually on your large pillow behind your head >> jimmy: i know, she is so funny. >> thank goodness. >> jimmy: okay here we go nancy, is jimmy a romantic please provide examples.
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>> i think you are >> jimmy: you do >> yes [ laughter ] well, one safe romantic story would be for my big 50th birthday party a few years ago, not party, birthday, he got me the car that i learned how to drive in and drove all the way through high school and college. and got me my very own, which you might see in the next coming weeks, vw bus, which again, if you know mill valley and where i come from, very iconic >> jimmy: more people stop us for that thing they don't even care that it's me in the car, nothing >> no. they don't even notice you >> jimmy: "i lived in that car for -- or the bus forever "i took it all the way to california from new york." people have really beautiful stories about that vw bus. >> those who it touches, it touches deeply >> jimmy: yeah >> i feel the same way so that was very romantic. but the cooler way >> jimmy: no, but, how did i do
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it >> yeah, yeah. yeah so, the cooler thing that he did was that he gave me a case logic. >> jimmy: shut up. private placement case logic cassette holders >> with cassettes inside and i opened it up and it was all of my favorite favorites from very eclectic in my music but everything from harry nilsson to the muppets and john denver sing christmas together to genesis. >> jimmy: bob marley >> bob marley, carly simon, cat stevens, the cure -- >> jimmy: yeah >> prince. >> jimmy: it was just a lot of fun. >> anyway, it was, like, 20 of my -- really the actual albums that i loved and i thought that was it. and i was like, "that is the most thoughtful, these are all the ones you listen to me all we want as women is to be heard. blah, blah, blah [ laughter ] and he goes, "oh, my gosh, i forgot the boom box. it's out in the garage" or whatever so as i ran.
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>> jimmy: yeah, what are you going to play the cassettes on >> as i ran out to find the boom box to play my cassettes, my brother drove in the vw bus. >> jimmy: with the cassette player in the bus. >> with the cassette player in the bus. [ applause ] the old blaupunkt, here's it's like, we'll play both sides but you never know what side you're on uh, heaven >> jimmy: and you could press a button and take the cover off. >> yeah, the whole thing comes off. >> jimmy: 'cause people are stealing the stereo. >> so no one breaks in your car. yeah >> jimmy: oh, no one will break in and take a cassette player. >> heavenly. so, i think that was among the many romantic gestures >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] >> you got to be heard >> jimmy: that is fantastic. i want more of these >> when you feel heard, you feel loved. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: more questions more questions throughout the week we're going spread them out. but -- right >> just for my own heart palpitations >> jimmy: they're right there. this is a win for me, so - [ laughter ] >> oh, so, we're ending right now? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, we're ending at that. [ laughter ] >> all right, here we go >> jimmy: that is all we need to hear that is the best story i've ever
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heard. >> and haven't seen one person >> jimmy: no of course social distancing. >> or a car. >> jimmy: no, this is great. guy, we'll be right back with more "tonight show." >> i will be behind the camera the next time you see me, hear me [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back with john legend ♪ ve. like this left turn. it's the next one. you always drive this slow? how did you make someone i love? that must be why you're always so late. i do not speed. and that's saving me cash with drivewise. my son, he did say that you were the safe option. and that's the nicest thing you ever said to me. so get allstate. stop bossing. where good drivers save 40% for avoiding mayhem, like me. this is my son's favorite color, you should try it. [mayhem] you always drive like an old lady? [tina] you're an old lady. musi♪ ladies and gentlemen shadow (featuring de la soul) ♪ get ready, y'all ♪ get ready ♪ ready ♪ set ♪ jump to the rhythm as hard as you can go ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: oh, hi i'm just trying to get my squats in. guy, john legend was one of the first people to ever do a concert from his home on instagram. it was very cool i caught up with john to talk about that and more. check it out >> how you doing, buddy? >> jimmy: awesome, buddy i'm doing great. thank you so much for doing this >> my pleasure >> jimmy: okay, here we go i think we're recording. we're going. this is all good where are you right now? >> i'm in our living room at home >> jimmy: thank you so much for doing this i really, really appreciate this, as do millions of people that are watching this >> do it on the couch since, you know, make you feel like we're really on "the tonight show.? >> jimmy: exactly. that's a good call thank you, buddy i appreciate it.
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what have you guys been doing to fill the time i know you got two little kids >> we just are learning how hard it is to entertain them all day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: luna is three, right >> yeah, she'll be four in a a month and -- >> jimmy: the baby?s one >> yeah, miles will be two in may and hopefully we'll get to have birthday parties for them, but we don't know. we might still be distancing at that point >> jimmy: it's pretty, yeah -- it?s bizarre, yeah have you been playing games with luna, like, board games or does she not do that >> she is learning how to play hungry hippo >> jimmy: that's good. >> and i realized that she is too nice when she plays games. she does not want to win all the way, like she wants us to tie every time >> jimmy: no [ laughter ] oh, my god isn?t that's such a millennial kid now, huh >> i want her to be a little more competitive and - >> jimmy: yeah >> and i like that she is kind, but definitely want her to want to lose her tie and want me to
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feel better by winning or tying. so, we're working on that. >> jimmy: yeah, my daughter?s like the opposite. she starts crying when even in the lead in chutes & ladders [ laughter ] she?s like, i don't want to do this it?s like, let?s just finish the game, you might win. come on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's so cute >> no, dad, you're doing okay. you're doing okay. you're fine. we tight see, we tight, even though she won. [ laughter ] she actually won >> jimmy: and how about you and chrissy? what are you guys doing to -- with your time >> netflix a lot >> jimmy: oh, what you watching what are you watching? i need shows >> we're catching up on "peaky blinders.? we just finished -- we just finished season five so, we are literally caught up and we?re like -- >> jimmy: i got to get back into that. i forgot about "peaky blinders.? >> they need to make season six now. i?m like, come on. we need to know what happened. >> jimmy: that?s what i said i started ?top chef? and i go, i?m going to binge ?top chef.? i can?t wait and there?s only one episode out. i go, guys [ laughter ]
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>> let's go! >> jimmy: give me four i know there's got to be four done already come on. >> absolutely, and then we've been watching "tiger king," which is everyone's favorite >> jimmy: i've not seen it yet is it bizarre? >> it is incredibly bizarre, and very funny and riveting. and it's a window into a a subculture you just had no idea about unless you're in it >> jimmy: it's people that owned private zoos is that correct? >> yeah. so, america is the largest habitat for wildcats like tigers, like, we have more tigers in captivity in america than there are in the wild in the rest of the world. isn't that crazy >> jimmy: where? florida? >> a lot of florida. so, it's a lot florida [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it feels like a florida thing to me. >> it's very florida, but it's also oklahoma. it follows the saga of this group of competing wildcat owners, and there?s murder, there is intrigue, there is
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adultery there is everything. it's crazy are you doing your squats now, jimmy? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm sneaking in squats that's what i was told to do >> okay. well, that feels like it's productive i feel like i didn't work out at all last week, and i finally said this week i'm going to, like, actually work out again. >> jimmy: the thing is to just sneak in the squats when you get all of the sudden you just stand around, just sneak in a squat. >> okay, let's go. >> jimmy: just sneak in a squat. that's all i'm saying. squat, squat, squat, squat, squat, squat, squat, squat, squat, squat >> everybody okay, i got them in. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, the one thing i got to say thank you for doing besides our show is, you did the live concert >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was awesome i loved it i know a lot of people loved it what made you -- what inspired you to do that >> i had a blast doing it. we -- you know, all of us are
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home, including artists. a lot of artists who are supposed to be on tour right now. my tour isn't until the summer, but there are a lot of fans that are stuck at home and wish they could be out doing what they normally do, and wish they could be out going to concerts, and doing all these other fun things but as artists, we figured one way to bring everybody together would be to do these live streams of concerts and we weren't the only ones that came up with the idea chris martin was coming up with it around the same time i was. when i told my managers i wanted to do it, they were like oh, chris martin is going to do one for global citizen, which is an organization we had raised money for before and broadcast some of their events on nbc and msnbc and so we thought it would be cool to do it with global citizen, and we worked with the world health organization, just trying to bring awareness to the idea that people should stay home and should distance from each other.
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so, we shouted out some of the organizations we were raising money for and tried to entertain people and bring people together. >> jimmy: doing a concert in front of no audience, is it eerie? is it odd or did you like it >> it?s is a little eerie, but i will say because instagram live has the comments popping up every time someone makes one, has little hearts going, you actually get more detailed feedback from instagram live than you would get from an audience, like, you don't get the cheers, but you get the -- >> jimmy: i really enjoyed that >> yes, or -- and you get the, oh, you play this song [ laughter ] all kinds of random requests, questions and you would never get that from the audience unless you, like, stopped and, you know, asked for detailed feedback from each individual. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's all be quiet, one at a time. >> one at a time [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's bizarre >> yes >> jimmy: and you can tell, because we interviewed d-nice last night i don?t know if you got to check out what he did?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: it was insane. >> d-nice is an old friend of ours and he played my 40th birthday here at my house, and he -- i was popping in on his instagram lives when he was doing them earlier in the week, but it just exploded on saturday and - >> jimmy: he was so happy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he was like floating when i was talking to him and it?s, like, it?s so interesting to see these performers like you guys entertaining an empty room to silence. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but there's hundreds of thousands of people listening and cheering and putting love out there and it's just kind of a new cool thing that i don't think we've ever seen before. >> yeah, and there is a lot of dark sides to this moment, but the fact that these can be some of the silver linings that we have, i think make it feel like we're experiencing it together, even though we're distancing from each other, and we're helping each other get through it >> jimmy: what is the charity you chose tonight is feeding america.
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: what does that mean to you >> so, they have a network of food banks all around the country and one of the side effects of -- first of all, there are people that are hungry every day in america, but one of the side effects of this crisis is the fact that a a lot of young people are being told not to come to school, and a lot of times their principle source for food is what they get at school. some, like, in new york, some get breakfast and lunch at school and if they are in a family that's struggling already and they don't have the school help feed them, there is a lot of folks that won't have enough food to eat and will go hungry during this time. in addition to all the health issues that we're seeing, in addition to the economic issues that we're seeing from folks not being able to work and the stock market imploding and all these other things happening, there are just a lot of folks that are going to be hungry and you see it with jose andres. doing what he?s doing with the -- >> jimmy: he is amazing
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>> he?s amazing, but there are these food banks all around the country and feeding america is an aggregator of funds for these food banks, and they disperse it throughout the country to different food banks that are helping keep people fed. >> jimmy: if you guys are watching this on nbc, go to feedingamerica.org and learn how to donate and if you're watching us on youtube, there is a donate button somewhere around here or here, but press that and any amount helps. it really -- any amount, even the least, anything. you have no idea what you can do with 50 cents it's amazing so, please give anything john, before i let you go, and i appreciate you doing this, there's -- you're going to do a performance for us tonight, which i really appreciate. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's why we -- really, we need you now more than ever. so, thank you for that >> of course >> jimmy: can you give us any hints on the new album is it coming out soon? >> yeah, the new album coming. we're mixing it.
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we're getting our strings, you know, finished i'm not sure how we're going to execute the string recording becuase i don't know how we can distance our way into an orchestral recording [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that would be -- >> we'll figure that out maybe we'll have to do, like, a few players at a time and, you know, overdub it we'll figure it. >> jimmy: that would be a special song if you do that. >> yeah, but either way, most of it's already recorded i?ve recorded all of my vocals the main arrangements all have been recorded, and we just have to do a little bit of finishing up, and then we'll mix them, and i love the music i didn't write it during this period so, it won't be really reflective of what's happening right at this moment >> jimmy: right. >> but it's actually probably my sexiest album to date >> jimmy: what >> which could work if you're stuck at home and want to make some corona babies [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's great
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that's great, buddy. >> so, i feel like, you know, if you spent a lot of time with your partner and you need a soundtrack for that, well -- >> jimmy: this could be it >> could be it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a good man. thanks for everything you do, and thanks for taking the time to do this today, and feedingamerica.org everyone here appreciates you and thank you pour doing the song later tonight i really, really appreciate it thank you, bud >> thank you >> jimmy: bye, john. ♪ [ natural drums and soaring voices sing ]
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check it out [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there. nicole >> hi. >> jimmy: welcome to the show. thank you for coming on. >> yes >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. i don't know if you remember this, but we met before. >> oh, i remember. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you remember this it was really embarrassing for me >> yes >> jimmy: it was >> yeah. i've not seen you since then >> jimmy: i have not >> right >> jimmy: that is correct. >> no. >> jimmy: but this is years ago. do you want me to tell my version of the story >> yeah, you tell your version [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm walking down the street i'm in new york city >> yeah. >> jimmy: my friend rick calls me and says, "dude, what are you doing? i go, "i'm just walking down the street." he goes, "i have nicole kidman with me, and she wants to meet you for maybe -- to be in 'bewitched' or something like that." so i go, "what -- uh, okay." he goes, "i can be in your apartment in like ten minutes. i go, "you're going to bring nicole kidman over to my apartment? i'm like, "okay, i don't know. what do i do what do i -- have something? what do i do?" he goes, "i don't know just cut some cheese and crackers or something. [ laughter ] and i'm like, "cheese and crackers
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i don't know what you're talking about. i don't have dinner parties. i don't have anyone over my house. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm like, "i have video games and sneakers." i mean, i really - [ laughter ] so i go -- and there's a deli. and i go in the deli, i go, "what -- what do you mean cheese he goes, "get brie or something. i go, "brie? i didn't even know what that is i'm, like, uh? so i go in and this is like, i'm on "saturday night live. i guess, or something. i don't remember really when it was. >> i just remember i liked you and he was like -- not now. i'm married now. but he was like, oh, well you can meet - [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: what was that? [ sad tuba ] [ laughter ] ♪ what >> not that way! >> jimmy: wait, wait what's going on? wait, what >> so he says -- [ laughter and applause so rick, our mutual friend, says, "oh, you know, jimmy wants to meet you, and you can go over to his apartment." and da, da, da and i'm single i'm like, "okay, yeah, cool. >> jimmy: wait, what >> yes [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: what are you talking about?
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>> yes >> jimmy: did i date nicole kidman? was that a date? >> so i go over though, and you're there in a baseball cap, and like nothing just like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i had brie cheese! >> and you wouldn't talk you didn't say anything. you were like, "hey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't say -- i was very nervous >> yes you went, "mm, mm. >> jimmy: i didn't say, "mm, mm, mm." and i went, okay >> jimmy: i didn't know this was a -- that this is a thing. i thought this was a movie >> it was like a hang. it was meant to just -- i don't know and then you put a video game on or something. and i'm like, "this is so bad. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause it was bad [ sad tuba ] i swear! and you didn't talk at all and so after about an hour and a half, i thought, he has no interest this is so embarrassing. [ audience ohs ]
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>> jimmy: i had no clue at all >> and i kind of left, and went, "okay, no chemistry. and then i was like, "maybe he's gay." [ laughter and applause [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: come on! ♪ >> okay, now - ♪ so now i'm going to do the show [ cheers and applause [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well - >> so tell me, jimmy - >> jimmy: well, doctor, i remember it like it was yesterday. [ laughter ] nicole kidman walked in my apartment. >> that was our date >> jimmy: did you remember what the apartment looked like? >> like, not much. [ laughter ] anyway, we weren't meant to be, right? >> jimmy: wow, did you make a good decision. >> stop! [ laughter ] you did! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you made a great, a fantastic decision >> you did anyway - >> jimmy: oh, my god >> it was like that. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i am shock right now
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>> but now, guys, we're both married with kids. >> jimmy: yeah i can't believe i dated nicole kidman. this is fantastic. [ laughter ] >> you didn't! >> jimmy: this is unbelievable this is unbelievable it was one of the most awkward moments ever, and i thought -- >> you're red. >> jimmy: i really am. i'm in shock >> so am i >> jimmy: i can't believe it you're definitely embarrassed. yeah, i mean - wow, my gosh are you friends with rick anymore? >> yes, i just saw him >> jimmy: no, we don't talk to him after that >> he's adorable >> jimmy: after that, yeah well, yeah, you made a much better decision. keith urban is so much cooler than i am. he's a rock star you live in nashville now. >> i do, yeah. >> jimmy: he's always on tour. isn't he constantly like - >> no. >> jimmy: yes. these country guys - yes. he's always on tour. >> you're now trying to be all serious and -- >> jimmy: yeah, i know i'm trying to be serious look, here's the deal. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm not always on tour i'm always at home [ laughter and applause kids >> you're working all the time stop okay, so what -- >> jimmy: did he not just play a gig new year's eve, right? >> he did, in niagara falls. >> jimmy: yeah, in niagara falls.
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the canada side or the new york side >> the canada side >> jimmy: that's the side. >> beautiful >> jimmy: the canada side is like lights. and it's like, almost like vegas. it's fun and the new york side looks like a lemony snicket book cover. [ laughter ] sad and less trees with no leaves on it and you go, "what happened why is that side so much worse? canada side, that's the place to do it >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's amazing yeah, we got to work on that side of niagara falls. so where does he play? >> i've never been to the new york side. >> jimmy: oh, please, we know. [ light laughter ] we'll fix it up. but where does he play >> he played at -- for a big show there for about 60,000 people. >> jimmy: have you been to niagara falls? >> i had before -- [ laughter ] we can't even have a a conversation >> jimmy: you're feeling a a little something yeah, yeah, yeah [ laughter ] >> i'm not >> jimmy: you're feeling a a little chemistry a little chemimistry now [ cheers and applause a little chemistry now it's too late, baby. ship has sailed, okay, nicole. taken, okay? i am taken, okay [ laughter ] just kidding
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just kidding >> this is hilarious >> jimmy: i can't believe this what a day >> i am never coming on this show again >> jimmy: no come on, please! no, come on! you got to -- they're feeling it this is fantastic. [ cheers and applause and we love keith. >> i'm teasing you >> jimmy: we love keith. >> i love keith. >> jimmy: he's been on the show i know you love keith more than i do [ laughter ] i'm not saying i have a thing for keith urban. i'm saying i enjoy his music and i like him - i like him as a personality. >> we're now fighting over keith. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't have a -- only one of us here is in love with keith - >> this is a disaster. >> jimmy: no, it's not a a disaster but he's always been on the show, and you've never been on the show >> no. >> jimmy: is this why? >> absolutely. [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: that's so odd. >> no, i just -- we would watch you at home and i'd feel like, "gosh will i ever go on that show and bring that story up? hmm, maybe not." >> jimmy: and you did! >> and now i did anyway, let's talk about "paddington. >> jimmy: this is the best day ever, man. this is like a great day let's talk about "paddington." "paddington. congrats already it's a big hit already
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internationally, right >> yes >> jimmy: overseas they released it overseas first. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: ooh, boy yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i remember i got brie cheese - [ laughter ] >> and corn chips. >> jimmy: corn chips i didn't -- did i get corn chips? >> yeah, and some old chinese food [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how can i buy old chinese food >> it was in the fridge. >> jimmy: it was in the fridge it probably was. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i -- really, there was nothing there. >> see, i've got a good memory >> jimmy: oh, my god i remember i got saltine crackers, and i didn't have -- it was just really awful i didn't know -- >> and what sport do you really like was it baseball or something >> jimmy: what sport i was into what hat i was wearing >> yeah. you were wearing some baseball cap. >> jimmy: yeah, i love you remember i was wearing a a baseball hat cool, man. >> and some sweats >> jimmy: i was not wearing sweatpants what are you talking about [ laughter and applause it's like you went over to like "duck dynasty" guy's house or something like that. i was not wearing camo sweatpants i was dressed in a -- probably a three piece suit or something. >> you weren't interested so, you wore sweats and a baseball cap.
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>> jimmy: it's not true. i don't even know what you're talking about. now i'm like freaking out. all right. i'm gonna go back to "paddington. we're going to edit this out >> yeah. yeah [ laughter ] the bear >> jimmy: the bear >> the little adorable bear. >> jimmy: it's a cute bear it's a cute movie. you play the villain in the movie. >> i do. >> jimmy: that's a good, juicy role >> yep >> jimmy: do you always want to play -- what [ laughter ] >> i can't even talk to you now. >> jimmy: i mean, you can't even - you're like stuttering and stuff. yeah, you're a nervous - >> only because you make me laugh now. >> jimmy: i make you laugh, yeah >> now - >> jimmy: i always make you laugh. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, ozempic®! ♪ (announcer) once-weekly ozempic® is helping many people with type 2 diabetes like james lower their blood sugar. a majority of adults who took ozempic® reached an a1c under 7 and maintained it. here's your a1c. oh! my a1c is under 7! (announcer) and you may lose weight.
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♪ >> jimmy: performing his new song, "actions," from his home, john legend. ♪ ♪ hey, yeah, yeah la-da-da, da-d la-da-da, da-da, la-da la-da-da-da-da ♪ ♪ here i go again with another love song that i wasted ♪ ♪ just another love run out of patienc she don't want i she don't need it ♪ ♪ every other wor coming from my pen she throw back i my face ♪ ♪ saying where you've been ♪ ♪ i sound so poetic
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but it feels like i let it slip awa slip away ♪ ♪ i wanna show my lov is stron make her feel it whe i'm home ♪ ♪ no faking no mistaking she can feel it when i'm gone ♪ ♪ actions speak loude than speak louder than ♪ ♪ speak louder than love songs the melodies they carry on ♪ ♪ actions speak loude than speak louder than ♪ ♪ speak louder than love songs i've been doing it all wrong ♪ ♪ la-da-da-da-d here we go again just a couple of friends with some benefits ♪ ♪ she gave me all o her love then i waste it ♪ ♪ i wrote a new son then erased it oh, every other thin that i've said before ♪ ♪ said you don't wann hear about it anymore ♪ ♪ i feel so creativ but it feels like there' nothing left to sa
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to make you stay ♪ ♪ i wanna show my lov is stron make her feel it whe i'm home ♪ ♪ no faking no mistaking she can feel it when i'm gone ♪ ♪ actions speak loude than speak louder than ♪ ♪ speak louder than love songs the melodies they carry on ♪ ♪ actions speak loude than speak louder than ♪ ♪ speak louder than love songs i've been doing it all wrong ♪ ♪ la-da-da-da-d la-da-da-da-da awa la-da-da-da-da la-da-da all day ♪ ♪ she don't wanna hea don't wanna hear a word i say a word i say ♪ ♪ la-da-da-da-d la-da-da-da-da awa la-da-da-da-da la-da-da all day ♪ ♪ she don't wanna hea don't wanna hear a word i say a word i say ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: i want thank everyone on the show today. john legend, you were awesome, not only performing but also talking. what an entertainer. i want to thank my wife for actually being on camera and being the camera operator as well and it was my first time using a selfie stick that was a big deal. anyway, winnie for the graphics, franny for just being around and being awesome i love you guys for watching thank you, youtube thank you, nbc wash your hands, don't touch you face stay safe, and i'll see you tomorrow another new show bye! [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- senator bernie sanders comedian julio torres, author and activist
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